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A Will to Kill / My Beijing / To all the Boys I've Loved Before | Thoughts

Over the past couple of months, I've read a few books that I didn't get a chance to review yet. These were all enjoyable in different ways and are recommended reads. A Will to Kill by R. V. Raman I've been looking for an Indian mystery for a while now. So when I came across A Will to Kill in Netgalley set in one of my favorite places in India (also close to my home town), I just had to request it. In so many ways, this is a typical Agatha Christie type mystery - there's a death (in an isolated mansion, no less) and the investigator/detective tries to solve the mystery. Harith Athreya is visiting the owner of the mansion, Bhaskar Fernandez, where a small gathering has been planned for the owner's relatives and friends. Bhaskar has written two wills - and how he dies will determine which will goes into effect. That night, there is a murder and Athreya spends the next few days trying to find the culprit. I generally enjoy the Agatha Christie class of murder mysteries.

Intl Giveaway - Make It Stay (Joan Frank)


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Make It Stay

Yesterday, I raved about Make it Stay and today, I'm thrilled to say that I have ONE copy of this book to give away, courtesy of the publisher and TLC Book Tours. I strongly recommend this book to all readers of literary fiction. To enter, simply fill the form below.

The usual stuff:
  1. You don't have to be a follower of my blog to enter the giveaway.
  2. You must be over 13 years of age.
  3. International giveaway - (which means you can be from anywhere on Planet Earth)
  4. The giveaway will stay open until I chose the winner on May 29, 2012.
  5. Fill the form.


Comments

Leeswammes said…
Thanks for the nice giveaway! And international, too, wonderful. The book looks very interesting.
zibilee said…
Thanks for giving so many of us the chance to win this book, and for hosting the giveaway!
Athira / Aths said…
You're welcome! :)
Veens said…
Awe-some! International...wow!


PS - Athira, in the comments form, in the connect with section could you add wordpress? I cannot leave my website url here without that. Thank you!
Athira / Aths said…
I checked that, and it seems I have no control over it. It's a Disqus thing - I hope they open support for Wordpress login. I could ask them.